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vito 108 handbrake adjustment

Hi there Im about to adjust the handbrake on the above vechicle is there anything that I should be aware of or is it just a simple job ?

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RE: vito 108 handbrake adjustment

Easy. Just adjust from underneath in the centre of the van where the cable divides into two. 13 mm nut easier still if you have a ratchet drive ring spanner.
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RE: vito 108 handbrake adjustment

Cheers Carpy as you said piece of cake Job done
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A three year old post that got me through the MOT this morning. Don't you just love forums?
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handbrake adjustment

I am going to go under my 110 CDI to do a handbrake adjustment. Is it easy to identify the cable?
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Make sure you put something under the wheels to stop it moving. in the centre of the van between the back wheels you'll see a hole in the frame about 2 inches in diameter the nut you need to tighten is up in there.
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